Business Tips for Busy Home Improvement Contractors
How to find and convert customers for your home improvement business.
There’s more to creating a successful home improvement business than completing projects. Whether you work in roofing, siding, water treatment systems, or another home improvement field, we have helpful tips and strategies to help you find and convert customers for your business. Explore all our blogs below or search one of these popular topics:
Learn how to nurture and support home improvement leads and customers once they enter your sales funnel.
Every business runs on leads. Leads that can take a long time to turn into customers. Homeowners…
Keeping your customers happy starts with setting the right expectations. Before your customer signs their work order,…
The way new customers enter your business is often referred to as a sales funnel. Others call…
Find key business tips and techniques to help grow and develop effective business practices.
What will you accomplish this year? Some contractors set goals based on what they’d like to accomplish…
In a world where a homeowner can find dozens or hundreds of contractors who can do the…
Explore new lead generation techniques and sources to create more customers for your home improvement business.
Find ways your business can join and support local communities to create brand trust and loyalty.
Tools & Tech
It’s a digital world! Find tools and tech to make running your business and closing sales simpler.
Creating a business profile on Google is one of the most important steps to ensure new customers…
Building a successful business doesn’t happen overnight and figuring out when you’ve hit important milestones can be…
When Is Your Business Successful?
Creating a successful home improvement or home renovation business isn’t easy. Figuring out what you consider a success can sometimes be even harder. Success is often hard to define and as your home improvement business grows and your experience as a contractor develops, your measure of success often does too.
A new business owner working on their first home improvement project may be justified in feeling like the world’s best businessman. However, after a few years and hundreds of closed sales, that same contractor’s perception of success should have shifted to a more ambitious benchmark.
Whether you’re just starting in the home improvement or renovation business or running a nation-wide contracting business, it’s important to set business goals. Business goals often help create and drive success as the business’s employees come together to reach that common goal. These home improvement contractor tips are specially written and collected with the intent to help you create and reach business goals to help you reach your version of success in the home improvement industry.